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Scott B. Campbell is the new director of MBA Admissions at Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder. Most recently, he was senior account executive with Sallie Mae Graduate & Professional Programs. Campbell holds a bachelor’s degree from Marist College.

Kathleen Colbert has been promoted to director of marketing at the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. She was previously senior marketing manager at Lake Forest GSM, where she earned her MBA. She also has a BA from Carthage College and an MA from Illinois State University.

Daniel Currie was recently promoted to assistant dean of the graduate and professional programs office at the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. He previously served as executive director and director of the Bauer College's GEMBA program delivered in Beijing. Currie has an EMBA from the Bauer College and a law degree from the University of Western Ontario.

Chrysanthos Dellarocas has been named associate professor of management information systems at Boston University School of Management. Dellarocas was previously associate professor at the University of Maryland and has a DEE from National Technical University of Athens in Greece and PhD, MSEE, and MSCS degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Lindsay Field is leading marketing efforts for the MBA and evening MBA programs at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Field received a BS from Boston College, an MFA in writing from Emerson College, and an MBA from Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business.

Larysa Gamula has been named director of MBA Program Services at the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. She moved to her position from the director of HBA Student Services (undergraduate business). Gamula has an executive MBA degree and a BA in languages.

Mohan Kuruvilla was been promoted to dean of the College of Business and Economics at Houston Baptist University. He most recently was the associate dean for graduate programs in the HBU College of Business and Economics. Kuruvilla received his MBA in finance and PhD in accountancy from the University of Houston.

Robert Marquez has been named associate professor of finance and economics at Boston University School of Management. He was previously associate professor of finance at Arizona State. Marquez has an AB from the University of California-Berkeley, and a PhD from MIT.

Siobhan O’Mahony is a new associate professor of strategy and innovation at Boston University School of Management. She comes to BU from the University of California-Davis, where she was an assistant professor. O’Mahony has BS and MPA degrees from Cornell University and a PhD from Stanford.

Berardino Palazzo has been named assistant professor of finance & economics at Boston University School of Management. Palazzo has BA and MA degrees from Bocconi University in Italy and a PhD from New York University.

Delvon Parker is assistant professor of operations and technology management at Boston University School of Management. Parker has BS, MS, and PhD degrees from Michigan State University.

John Petillo, former president of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, has been named dean of the John F. Welch College of Business at Sacred Heart University. Petillo earned a BA in classical languages and an MA in counseling from Seton Hall University; a master of divinity in pastoral theology from Darlington School of Theology; and a professional diploma in counselor education and a PhD in counseling and personnel services from Fordham University.

Manzur Rahman is the new director of MBA programs at the University of San Diego–School of Business Administration. He has been an associate professor of finance at the University of San Diego, where he earned his JD. Rahman also has BA and BS degrees from Lafayette College and a PhD in finance and international business from the University of South Carolina.

James Rebitzer has been named professor of management and economics and public policy chair at Boston University School of Management. He was Mannix Medical Mutual Chair at Case Western Reserve University. Rebitzer has a BS from the University of Illinois-Urbana and a PhD from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Michelle Roehm is the new senior associate dean of faculty for the Schools of Business at Wake Forest University. Roehm, the Board of Visitors’ professor of marketing, was also recently promoted to the rank of full professor, which becomes effective July 1. She received her BS and MS from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and her doctorate at Northwestern University.

Gabriela Sheehan is the new assistant director of admissions at the Lally School of Management & Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She comes to RPI from Northern Arizona University, where she earned her BS and MEd degrees and served as an admissions counselor.

Timothy Simcoe is now an assistant professor of strategy and innovation at Boston University School of Management. He was assistant professor at the University of Toronto. Simcoe has an AB from Harvard and MA and PhD degrees from the University of California-Berkeley

Stephen Standifird has been promoted to associate dean of graduate programs from director of undergraduate programs at the University of San Diego–School of Business Administration. He holds a BS in chemical engineering from Purdue, an MBA in strategic management and organization behavior from Northwesternm, and a PhD in organization studies and organization theory from the University of Oregon.

John L. Teopaco is a lecturer of marketing at Boston University School of Management. He moves to Boston from his previous position as lecturer at Northeastern University. Teopaco has his BSB and MBA from the, University of Minnesota and a DBA from Harvard University.

Remi Trudel is assistant professor of marketing at Boston University School of Management. Trudel has BGS and MBA degrees from Simon Fraser University and a PhD from the University of Western Ontario, both in Canada.

Liz Wagoner is the new assistant director of admission at the Boston University School of Management. She most recently served as senior program coordinator. Wagoner earned her BA from Bates College and is an EdM candidate at Boston University.

Yanbo Wang has been named assistant professor of strategy and innovation at Boston University School of Management. Wang has a BL from Peking University (China), an MA from the University of Arizona and a PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Julie Lei Zhu is assistant professor of accounting at Boston University School of Management. She has a BA from Fudan University in China, an MS from Temple University, an MS from Boston College, and a PhD from Columbia University.

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